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The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas,

Written by Dr Rakesh Gupta |
Updated: May 24, 2019 6:12:27 pm

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

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